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ARC Review: Fox's Awakening by F.G. Adams

October 12, 2017

Fox's Awakening
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Enchanted Immortals #2
Release - October 10, 2017
Multiple POV - 1st person
Heat - 3 out of 5
Length - 175 pages

Brenton Fox is a guardian of mankind. By day, he guards humanity as an agent for the FBI. By night, he is the leader of a secret organization called Hunters. He is a man on a quest to find an ancient relic needed to free the God Zenon and the Goddess Augusta. The only hurdle he faces comes in the form of the unearthly beautiful twin Goddesses Jazmine and Jada accompanying him on this mission. His attraction for both of the sisters is a distraction he doesn’t need.

Goddesses Jada and Jazmine share a powerful secret. The closer they get to the sexy Brenton Fox, the more the secret is revealed and the more his dark, alluring charms become irresistible to them both. The sisters’ journey could prove to be their undoing or save the universes within the realm under their protection.

Deep in the wilds of Africa, they must locate the portal to a hidden realm full of unknown dangers. The demented nature of the God Baako creates treacherous and unforgiving obstacles the trio must bind together to overcome. Will the unconventional hero tame the animal fighting deep inside and master the Goddesses he has come to desire?

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MY REVIEW

As this was my first read from FG Adams, I’ve got to say that it was one heck of an introduction. I read the blurb and went into this expecting the following:

✭ A hot paranormal romance
✭ A love triangle of some sort
✭ Plenty of action because the hero was an FBI agent and a guardian of mankind
✭ Mythical beings, such as gods, goddesses, shifters, vamps, etc.

So what did I get? So much more than all that. Brenton Fox, for all intents and purposes, was human. A human FBI agent who was also the leader of a group called the Hunters, who eradicated the Earth of evil. He had joined forces in a coalition made up of other mythical creatures to defeat the god, Baako. But unbeknownst to Brenton, he was much more than any human. He held the soul of Fedor, the eternal mate of the goddess, Jadzia. Their souls were separated through evil and he holds the key to uniting these star-crossed lovers.

I really enjoyed the world building, however, I wish I had read book one first to get more of this and to get a better insight into the characters’ development. This story was filled with humor, a unique twist on reality, friendship, action, lore, sensuality and love. It was easy to fall for the destined pair of Brenton and Jadzia and to push for their happily ever after. From the start it was obvious that these two belonged together and I loved the way the authors nurtured their relationship and described their bond. If you’re a fan of paranormal romance, this is one story you don’t want to miss!

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